The Seattle Seahawks continue to lose, but they lost in a way this week that gave us hope in the end that they could pull out the win. Ultimately, there were too many mistakes by the offense, and it was another performance by the defense that allowed their opponent to work their way down the field with relative ease. The 17-15 loss to the Washington Football Team sends the Seahawks to 3-8 and just one loss from a losing season with six games left.
Pete Carroll had some commentary after the game that has Adam thinking that the offense was turned over to Russell Wilson and Shane Waldron. But does Pete have the formula for how to ultimately play winning football with some of the shifts we've seen in the NFL? What about the idea of moving toward starting Geno Smith and what that would mean for Wilson's future?
Next up on the schedule is the San Francisco 49ers and they're coming off wins over the Rams, Jaguars and Vikings. Can they continue their streak with a win in Seattle? Not only have they struggled against the Seahawks, they'll be without Deebo Samuel and Fred Warner.
In the second half of the show we talk about how the playoff picture is shaping up and then work through our “lock” of the week. The NFL Gamepass app and a writer covering the Patriots need to do better, while Better at Life honors go to the features of NFL satellite radio and the players participating in the My Cause My Cleats program.
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